Are you a college going student who is on the lookout for some extra dough? Is a full-time, 9 to 5 job something that is too much for you? Are you looking at something that you can pursue along with your academics, and which will fetch you good money? Well, you don't need to look too far. Read on to know about the jobs that are considered the most lucrative.
At the same time, there are jobs which have certain age restrictions (for example, a minimum age of 18 or 21) and therefore, are usually out-of-bounds for high school students. Taking this factor into consideration, here is a list of jobs for high school students, followed by a list of those in college.
For High School Students
Usually, age restriction and educational qualifications are the biggest problems that high school students face when on the lookout for part-time jobs. Here is a list of possible part-time employment options for high school students.
Library Assistants: Students can opt to work a few hours either in the school library itself or in other libraries. They can assume the position of library assistants or assistant record keepers. Since the payment is done on a per hour basis, students can choose how much to work depending on their financial requirements.
Weekend Marketing: This is something that both college as well as high school students can do. You can sign up with an advertising agency as a freelance product promoter. You can use your time on weekends to for marketing a product in populated places such as supermarkets, shopping malls, movie theaters, etc.
Delivery Service: If you own a car or a bike and you have a valid driving license, you could consider starting a private part-time delivery service. Think of pizza delivery, it is something that pays well. The odd tips that you end up getting from aunties and generous grannies will only add to your earnings.
You could post fliers and posters in popular hangouts advertising your Sunday car wash. That way, all the car owners in your neighborhood would know about this facility. Nice way of making a whole lot of money in a single day, isn't it?
For College Students
Here are a few more job options that could be considered by college students.
In addition to these, there exist plenty of online jobs, work-at-home jobs and online freelance opportunities such as freelance writing, content writing, software development, website designing, copy-writing, etc.
This was a sample list of part-time jobs that you can consider, if you are looking for a vocation that pays immensely well. Identify your requirements, analyze your skills and choose the one that you find to be most suitable.